Pauline Hibdon of Warrensburg, passed away on June 30, 2019.
She was born on December 7, 1932, to Goldie (Burden) and Thomas Schindorff in East Lynne, Missouri. Pauline married Arnold Hibdon on July 31, 1949, in Harrison, Arkansas.
She is survived by: her daughter, Paula McGinnis (David); and a son, Craig Hibdon (Sherri), all of Warrensburg, Missouri; a sister, Kathleen Hunter of Mesa, Arizona; and a sister-in-law, Karen Hibdon of Warrensburg; her boyfriend of 22 years, Dave Middleton of Pleasant Hill, Missouri; and eight grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren.
Pauline was the office manager at Western Missouri Medical Center for almost 32 years. She served on the Hospital Board of Directors for several years.
When Pauline and Arnold moved into their new home they built in 1977, Pauline named the street Country View Lane.
Paulines great-great uncle was Charles Burden, the owner of Warrensburgs famous dog, Old Drum. Pauline enjoyed collecting Coca-Cola memorabilia and on any given day if you were to drive by her house you would see her on her John Deere tractor, mowing her four and a half acre yard.
Pauline was a wonderful cook and was known for her famous fried chicken. She loved her WD40 coffee group, especially the A-Team. She also enjoyed hosting parties around her pool amongst her family and friends. Pauline loved and adored her children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren very much.
Pauline was preceded in death by: her parents; husband; a son, Ron Hibdon; her sister, June Mackey; and brothers, Thomas H. Schindorf and Robert "Lee" Schindorff.
Funeral Services will be held at Sweeny-Phillips & Holdren Funeral Home in Warrensburg, on Wednesday, July 3, 2019 at 11:00 a.m.
The family will receive friends from 10 a.m. until service time at the funeral home.
Pallbearers are Paulines grandsons and great- grandsons. Mike Lange, Kaleb McGinnis, Damon Gates, Mike Joyner, James Blanks, Joe Hibdon, Dawson Joyner, Hayden Gates, Wyatt Lange, and Carson Wallace. Honorable Pallbearers will be Dave Middleton, Dr. Brad Carper, and WD40s Coffee Group.
In lieu of flowers memorial contributions are suggested to Childrens Mercy Hospital and the Alzheimers Association and can be left in care of the funeral home. As published in the Daily Star Journal.